Busks

superspread

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Depends on the nature of the job, u could use the back of an old saw to get u out a bit of trouble or a sharp old trowel?
 

smoother09

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Depends on the nature of the job, u could use the back of an old saw to get u out a bit of trouble or a sharp old trowel?
I'm just doing some cutting out of sections and replacingof cornice throughout a whole property I had a set years back but just wanted to buy a proper set! I think IL have to get online
 

superspread

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I'm just doing some cutting out of sections and replacingof cornice throughout a whole property I had a set years back but just wanted to buy a proper set! I think IL have to get online
Yeavthats fair enough, it’s nice to have the proper tools ,I’ll send u mine in the post , then send them back when ur finished? Don’t you joint rules for that?
 

smoother09

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Yeavthats fair enough, it’s nice to have the proper tools ,I’ll send u mine in the post , then send them back when ur finished? Don’t you joint rules for that?
To be honest bud I stay away from fibrous work as its a job for those that went down that route! what started off as a small bit has turned into me having to get 20 metres made up which is getting delivered later this week! But something different that I haven't done for a long time and I charged um well so hopefully all goes well :ROFLMAO:
 

tapit

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Idiot can't you just be sensible some of us use the forum for serious questions! Do you even know what they are........no googling!
I know what you mean now.
we call them by a different name up her.
They are known as ticklers, kidney tickler or rib ticklers.
the rib ticklers are different lengths, so you may ask for a seven inch rib tickler etc.
 

smoother09

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Well I've ordered a selection so will be rib tickling and busking at the end of the week be nice I ain't done any fibrous for a long time!
 
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